“BOSTON, June 2 (UPI) — The Massachusetts House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a bill that would protect transgender people and permit them to use restrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity.”
Since “transgender” people comprise less than 1% of a nation of 250 million, I’m overjoyed that they will now have the God-given “right” to take a piss wherever they choose. Politicians in Massachusetts have no other problems to solve, I suppose, so it is just that they place this long overdue catastrophe at the head of their list of priorities. I guess I travel in different circles but I’ve never paid much attention to others in the so-called “men’s room” when I needed to relieve myself. And I feel badly about that. Why, there could have been a trans-gender man/woman/man/whatever, standing outside with knees squeezed together and in anguish over which toilet to enter. Now, if I am ever in Massachusetts (not voluntarily, I assure you) I won’t have to worry about the neglected transgenders. And, since the Mass Representatives have made it official, I can see hordes of transgenders fleeing to that state so they can invade any toilet they choose.
My question is: Why did it take so long to face up to this monumental problem? If the lawmakers had just done this years ago when I was in high school and college, I could have gone into the girl’s locker-room any time I felt like being a female. And, since at 18 and 20 I was intensely interested in girls, I can see that there would have been many opportunities to join them in their toilet for some meaningful conversation.
In fact, lately I have considered becoming a Lesbian. Sinee Lesbians are more interested in females than males (and I strongly feel the same way) I think it appropriate that I become a Lesbian. And, now the added advantage is that I can go to any toilet I choose. So, ladies, if you see me in your restroom, don’t be alarmed. I am only exercising my God-given right to be whatever sex I choose to be – on that day. Oh, for heaven’s sake, you bitches. Lighten up, I’m just going to take a little wee wee!